LEGO big mac LEGO big mac
feb 10, 2010

LEGO big mac

 

 

 

the infamous big mac combo from mcdonalds was recreated by japanese LEGO artist sachiko. the designs were made to scale using only the standard lego bricks. the design features the hamburger itself, complete with melting cheese and sesame seed bun. the burger is then accompanied by a pack of french fries and a pop. the pop is capped with a transparent lid and a multi-coloured straw. the only thing this meal doesn’t manage to recreate is the taste of a big mac.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Making everyday objects out of LEGO? Who’d have ever thought thunk it?

    Mushi says:
  • sachiko, i checked your site
    your work is eccentric, obsessive and a little scary
    its also amazing…

    madbutgood says:
  • Okay, I will admit when I’m wrong (because that’s what you do when you’re wrong).

    I, too, checked out the rest of Sachiko’s site and the ‘Happy Meal’ above is the most ordinary of the bunch. I LOVE [url=http://www.lets-brick.com/jpn/my/30goldfish/goldfish_fra.htm] this [/url] one.

    Not so simply, beautiful.

    Mushi says:
  • Yummy yummy in my tummy

    seeta says:
  • Soda, people, it’s called soda. 😉

    birdie says:
  • Pop all the way.

    Free Refills says:

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